|Micrograph of a spiradenoma (bottom-center of image). H&E stain.|
|Classification and external resources|
|ICD-10||ILDS C44.L40, C44.L64, D23.L49|
Spiradenoma, also spiroma  or eccrine spiradenoma, is a cutaneous condition that is typically characterized, clinically, as a solitary, deep-seated dermal nodule of approximately one centimeter, occurring on the ventral surface of the body.:666 Spiradenoma lesions are benign sudoriferous tumors, and have also been described as cystic epitheliomas of the sweat glands.
- Malignant acrospiroma
- List of cutaneous conditions
- Dermal cylindroma
- List of cutaneous neoplasms associated with systemic syndromes
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